Snap count: Tyler Shatley makes his debut

JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Breaking down the Jacksonville Jaguars' offensive and defensive snaps from Sunday’s 31-17 loss to Dallas.

Offense (71 total snaps)

LG Zane Beadles: 71

RT Austin Pasztor: 71

LT Luke Joeckel: 71

QB Blake Bortles: 71

C Luke Bowanko: 71

WR Allen Robinson: 65

TE Clay Harbor: 54

WR Cecil Shorts III: 54

G Tyler Shatley: 44

RB Denard Robinson: 40

WR Allen Hurns: 33

TE Nic Jacobs: 27

RG Jacques McClendon: 27

WR Marqise Lee: 26

RB Jordan Todman: 22

FB Will Ta'ufo'ou: 13

WR Ace Sanders: 11

RB Toby Gerhart: 9

OT Josh Wells: 1

Analysis: This was Shatley’s first NFL experience. The rookie from Clemson had been inactive in the first nine games. ... This was the most Lee has been on the field since he got back on Oct. 5 after missing three games with a hamstring injury. He played just six snaps last week against Cincinnati. ... This is also the most playing time Sanders has had on offense this season. ... Running back Storm Johnson was inactive for the third week in a row after being active for three weeks. He is getting caught in a numbers game because Todman has to be active because he is one of the league’s better kick returners. Ta'ufo'ou is the only fullback on the active roster, which leaves only two spots left for Robinson and Gerhart.

Defense (60 total snaps)

S Josh Evans: 60

CB Demetrius McCray: 60

LB J.T. Thomas: 60

S Johnathan Cyprien: 60

CB Dwayne Gratz: 60

DE Chris Clemons: 45

DT Sen'Derrick Marks: 43

LB Dekoda Watson: 33

DE Ryan Davis: 30

LB Telvin Smith: 30

S Sherrod Martin: 30

DT Roy Miller: 30

LB Geno Hayes: 30

DE Tyson Alualu: 24

DE Red Bryant: 21

DT Ziggy Hood: 17

DT Abry Jones: 15

DE Chris Smith: 12

Analysis: This was Watson’s first start of the season. He was inactive last week because of a hamstring injury. ... Thomas led the Jaguars in tackles with six. ... Marks had the only sack and one of only three hits on quarterback Tony Romo. ... Even though they missed tackles on Dez Bryant's TD catches, Gratz and McCray each had two pass breakups. ... Hood was the player that was held in the end zone on the punt. The penalty resulted in a safety.